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Horror Film and Psychoanalysis: Freud’s Worst Nightmare

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Steven Jay Schneider, ed.
Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Cambridge Studies in Film.
Hardback; 160 x 235 mm; black boards with silver titles on spine; xviii & 299 pages. Original unclipped dust jacket.
The book is generally in good condition. The binding is sound. There is only very slight bumping of the dust jacket. Some text has been highlighted in yellow between pages 21 and 26, and between pages 257 and 266. There are dog ears at pages 81/82, 93/94, and 147/148.
This volume seeks to find the proper place of psychoanalytic thought in critical discussion of cinema in a series of essays that debate its legitimacy, utility, and validity as applied to the horror genre. It distinguishes itself from previous work in this area through the self-consciousness with which psychoanalytic concepts are employed and the theorization that coexists with interpretations of particular horror films and subgenres.
The book is not intended for the general reader. This is an academic work aimed at those working within, or having an interest in this discipline.

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Author(s):
Steven Jay Schneider
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160 x 235 mm
Edition:
2004
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0521825210
Number of pages:
299
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Title:
Horror Film and Psychoanalysis: Freud’s Worst Nightmare

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Steven Jay Schneider, ed.
Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Cambridge Studies in Film.
Hardback; 160 x 235 mm; black boards with silver titles on spine; xviii & 299 pages. Original unclipped dust jacket.
The book is generally in good condition. The binding is sound. There is only very slight bumping of the dust jacket. Some text has been highlighted in yellow between pages 21 and 26, and between pages 257 and 266. There are dog ears at pages 81/82, 93/94, and 147/148.
This volume seeks to find the proper place of psychoanalytic thought in critical discussion of cinema in a series of essays that debate its legitimacy, utility, and validity as applied to the horror genre. It distinguishes itself from previous work in this area through the self-consciousness with which psychoanalytic concepts are employed and the theorization that coexists with interpretations of particular horror films and subgenres.
The book is not intended for the general reader. This is an academic work aimed at those working within, or having an interest in this discipline.

Author(s):
Steven Jay Schneider
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
160 x 235 mm
Edition:
2004
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0521825210
Number of pages:
299
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Title:
Horror Film and Psychoanalysis: Freud’s Worst Nightmare

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